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1object/ˈɑːbʤɪkt/noun
pluralobjects
1object
/ˈɑːbʤɪkt/
noun
pluralobjects
Learner's definition of OBJECT  
[count]  : a thing that you can see and touch and that is not alive
[count] 
: someone or something that makes you feel a specified emotion — + of
   b  : someone or something that your attention or interest is directed toward — often + of
— see also sex object
[singular]  : the goal or aim of a plan or action : the reason or purpose for an activity — usually + of
[count]grammar  : a noun, noun phrase, or pronoun that receives the action of a verb or completes the meaning of a preposition
— compare subjectsee also direct object, indirect object

no object

— used to say that something is not important or worth worrying about
2object/əbˈʤɛkt/verb
objectsobjectedobjecting
2object
/əbˈʤɛkt/
verb
objectsobjectedobjecting
Learner's definition of OBJECT  
[no object]  : to disagree with something or oppose something — often + to
[+ object]  : to say (something that explains why you oppose something or disagree) — often + that

— objector

/əbˈʤɛktɚ/noun,pluralobjectors[count]
— see also conscientious objector
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